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Increase Your Homes Value With Custom Cement Countertops
By Steve Galashaw
Whether you live in Beverly Hills California or in the rural Saskatchewan if you want to increase the value of your home and your enjoyment of your kitchen start by installing custom cement Read more...

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Home Equity Loan: What You Should Know
By Bill Darken
Many people are talking about a home equity loan, at work, weekends and even at the dinner table. Why is it the flavor of the month and what should you know about a home equity loan to ensure you Read more...
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What is a Home Insurance Policy?
By Aditya Jaiswal
Are you looking for a home insurance company in India? Do you want to get the best home insurance rate? If yes, then you must first understand what exactly is an home insurance policy and how it Read more...
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Home Loan Interest Rates vs. Mortgage Interest Rates
By Serdar Pala
If you are interested in buying a home, you do have options. Many people opt to get a mortgage, but did you know, your bank may also offer home loans? Take into consideration the Read more...

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Control The Quality Of The Air In Your Home With An Air Purifier!
By Mark Gardner
With the air containing more and more toxins, having an air purifier within your can be a wise decision. Especially when you discover that the air inside your is actually more noxious than the air outdoors! This might well surprise many of you, but unfortunately, the pollutants that are in the air can get trapped inside our homes. This is because some homes are so airtight, that the pollutants have no means of escape. Obviously, the standard of the air within your is crucial to your health, given the amount of time we spend in our homes.

There are a number of different types of air purifiers like hepa, carbon, uv light and zeolite. Some of the air purifiers function by using filters, though there are some that make use of stainless steel rods to collect

the contaminates in the air. Both these methods achieve outstanding results. Nevertheless, when you do start to use an air purifier in your home, you need to be aware that the filters will need replacing or the steel rods will have to be cleaned, depending on the air purifier that you are using.

A air filter pulls the air through the layers of several air filters. To begin with, the air passes through the pre-filter, this pre-filter helps to get rid of the more sizable particles that are in the air. Following this, the air then passes into a coconut shell activated carbon filter; this filter will help to eliminate various gases, vapors, odors and chemicals. Then the air will be drawn into 2 anti-microbial filters for even further filtration. The air will then go on to the hepa media, this will remove all particles and allergens that are larger than .3 of a micron. Then the hepa media releases the purified air into the room and you’ll quickly spot the difference in the quality of the air that you are breathing.
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